Nosh in the Canberra Centre has launched a new offering of dinner delights with plenty to tempt the taste buds. We had the opportunity to try the Pan Seared Duck ($21) – top tip: the satay dipping broth can be poured over your noodles or dunk your noodles into it – and Teriyaki Karaage Chicken ($17). The meals were simple, fresh, filling and delicious (the chicken was also toddler approved)! The menu includes gluten-free and vegan options, plus an array of ‘Nosh elixirs’; we tried the Blushing Geisha featuring hibiscus, strawberries, mint and soda. If you like sweet, this drink is for you; it’s refreshing and tastes of strawberry lollies without leaving a sticky feeling in your mouth. The new menu is well worth a try if you’re after a refreshing yet satisfying meal.
The Nosh dinner menu is available from 5pm.
Now in its 11th year, Australian beer festival BeerFest will make its way to Canberra for the first time on Sunday 15 February at Commonwealth Place. Electronic dance group Arts vs Science will headline all the events around the country, and Canberrans will have the chance to check out craft beer and masterclasses, as well as Aussie wine, cider, boutique spirits, cocktails, comedy and kids’ entertainment and gourmet food.
More info: canberra.beerfestivals.com.au